Report Tuesday 30th January 2024

Facing the Fashion Future

Fashion & apparel is one of the fastest-paced global industries, worth over 1.7 trillion dollars. Many would argue that fashion has a cyclical nature. What was on trend in the nineties is what can be seen in magazines and shop windows today.

However, the reality of the modern-day fashion industry is fuelled by constantly changing consumer interests, trends, and service expectations. These are now all shaped within our digitally driven, globalised world.

Our Brazilian and British offices have joined forces to understand the pace of the fashion industry’s transformation across Latam, the US, and Europe.

If you’re a brand, investor, or supplier eager to explore the underlying details of these key trends, access the full report below or reach out to one of our experts

Our report identifies five long-term trends for apparel businesses to align to when considering scale and growth for their future.

  • Value for Money and Price 
  • Digital Capability 
  • Omnichannel Experience 
  • ESG & Sustainability 
  • AI & Tech-Enabled Operating Model and Supply Chain

Key Contacts

Mairi Fairley

Mairi Fairley


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